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Pioneer Chinese Christian women : gender, Christianity, and social mobility

Author: Jessie Gregory Lutz
Publisher: Bethlehem, Pa. : Lehigh University Press, ©2010.
Series: Studies in missionaries and Christianity in China.
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This collection reveals the life and work of pioneer Chinese Christian women, who have until now been largely invisible. The essays illustrate how gender affected their understanding of Christianity  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Church history
History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jessie Gregory Lutz
ISBN: 9780980149685 0980149681 1611460611 9781611460612
OCLC Number: 318191946
Description: 444 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Women in imperial China: ideal, stereotype, and reality / Jessie G. Lutz --
Christian women of China in the seventeenth century / Gail King --
A necessary evil: the contribution of Chinese "virgins" to the growth of the Catholic Church in late Qing China / R.G. Tiedemann --
Child bodies, blessed bodies: the contest between Christian virginity and Confucial chastity / Eugenion Menegon --
Christian virgins in early Qing, Sichuan / Robert Entenmann --
Models of female Christians in early twentieth-century China: historiographical study / Peter Chen-Main Wang --
Gospel and gender: female Christians in Chaozhou, South China / Joseph Tse-Hei Lee --
Women and Christianity in rural north Henan, 1890-1912 / Margo S. Gewurtz --
Lady Candida Xu: a widow between Chinese and Christian ideals / Claudia von Collani --
Bible women / Ling Oi Ki --
Establishing a female medical elite: the early history of the nursing profession in China / John R. Stanley --
"To develop native powers": Shi Meiyu and the Danforth Memorial Hospital Nursing School, 1903-1920 / Connie Shemo --
"Mothers to our country": education and ideology among Chinese Protestant women, 1870-1930 / Ryan Dunch --
Chinese nationalism and Christian womanhood in early twentieth-century China: the story of Mary Gao (Gao Meiyu) / M. Cristina Zaccarini --
The advance to higher learning: power, modernization, and the beginnings of women's education at Canton Christian College / Dong Wang --
Women's education and social mobility / Jessie G. Lutz --
Beyond missions: Christianity as a Chinese religion in a changing China / Jessie G. Lutz.
Series Title: Studies in missionaries and Christianity in China.
Responsibility: edited by Jessie G. Lutz.

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